Wednesday, February 1, 2017
In The Secret Lair
It's a stretch to call this thing a "reactor" as self sustaining capture and control of delayed neutrons was not yet possible given their design. Prompt neutrons were possible and they had a little trouble with the radiation from this beast's older brother.
I'm working on two non-fiction projects at the moment. One is wrapping up and the other is ready for its annotated outline this weekend transcribed from the volume of hand notes.
I'm writing non-fiction thinking of fiction.
I've figured out a couple problems with plots I've come back to as well as changing a couple of point-of-view characters in some fiction from the past couple of years.
Ever have a story whose character roles changed significantly when you revisited the tale? Happened to me.
I hope you keep your stories straight. Watch where you store the drafts. Those things can approach criticality if you're careless with how you stack them.
Stories blow up. So do reactors.
I've got prose to radiate. So do you.
Posted by jack welling